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    thumbs up to django, george benson, pat methany, fripp and john mcLaughlin.

    but how about:

    bert jansch (pentangle)
    pierre bensusan (french folk ?)
    michael hedges (harp guitar - taproot and aerial boundaries)
    Benway

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    I was thinking of Bert Jansch as well, also:

    Roddy Frame - Aztec Camera
    Johnny Marr - The Smiths

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    Some of mine.....

    Earl Klugh
    Chris Standring
    Tommy Emmanuel
    Kirk Lorange
    I've got a fever above my waist
    You got a squeeze box on your knee
    I know the truth is in between the 1st and 40th drink - Tori Amos
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    Oh, and a BOOM...

  4. #24
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    My favorites:

    Jeff Beck
    Stevie Ray Vaughn
    John Scofield
    Kenny Burrell
    Wes Montgomery
    Tommy Emmanuel
    Eddie Van Halen
    Paco De Lucia
    Carlos Santana
    David Gilmour
    Sonic Spirits Inc.
    http://www.sonicspirits.com

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    Tomjtx said

    "In the 80's I was able to play for Segovia several times in his Madrid apartment.
    A friend of mine is his great nephew and also a guitarist and got us the invitation to play for him.
    His music room was like a museum , with many famous composers autographed works laying about."

    Yeow! I would definitely put that into the category of
    'bright moments'!

    What an honor.

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    Lots of fine guitarists mentioned so far - but I'd have to add in Brian May and Alex Lifeson.

    Did Steve Hackett get a previous mention?

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    Robert Cray
    Jonny Lang
    Jimmy Page
    Stevie Ray Vaughan
    Duane Allman

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    Alex Lifeson

    Are we including bass guitarists...? If so:
    Geddy Lee
    Les Claypool

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    ah and a couple more:
    1) Philip 'Snakefinger' Lithman
    2) Steve Stevens (the guitarist for Billy Idol??? Try Bozzi-Levin-Stevens and he is incredible, especially since it is improv'd).

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    Quote Originally Posted by egd View Post
    Thx, I'm getting old - Gilmour, Clapton and Vaughan should have been on my initial list. Don't know Popovic.

    An underrated guitarist is Lindsey Buckingham.
    I agree with you regarding Lindsay Buckingham. Peter Green was also good when he was on top.

    Ana Popovic was born in Beograd and is currently living in Amsterdam. She playes blues in the same style as late Stevie.
    SB3, Rotel RC-1070/RB-1070, dynaBel Exact, Kimber Kable 4TC and Timbre.

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